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    Melvilles 1858 Directory of Kent.

    YALDING is a village and parish, forty-nine miles from London, seven miles S.W. from Maidstone, and eight miles from Tunbridge, in the union of Maidstone, and hundred of Twyford, and lathe of Aylesford, West Kent. The population in 1851 was 2678, and consists principally of one street. The Medway is navigable for barges to this place. The church of St. Peter and St. Paul consists of a nave, side aisles, and transept, with a square tower. The living is a vicarage. There is also a small chapel for Baptists. Here is a station of the South-Eastern Railway, on the Maidstone branch. In the neighbourhood are Woodfall, Latingford, Great and Little Pigfish, Woolsey Place, Benover Street, and Congelow.

    POST-OFFICE - John Baker, Receiver.


    Bluett, Rev. John, M.A., Curate
    Cutbush, Robert, Thomas, Esq.
    Ellis, Robert, Esq.
    Elvy, Francis, Esq.
    Fielder, Miss Mary, Latingford
    Fletcher, Colonel
    Pout, Augustus, Esq.
    Pout, Henry, Esq.
    Simmons, the Misses
    Warde, Rev. George Ambrose, M.A.
    Warde, James Ramsey, Esq.
    Warde, Rev. Richard Ramsey, M.A.


    Pubs in YALDING
    Ashby, Richard, grocer
    Ashdown, William, carrier
    Baker, John, postmaster and haircutter
    Baldwin, John, cooper, Two Brewers' Inn
    Burr, Robert, boot and shoe maker
    Cutbush, Thomas Robert, farmer
    Crowhurst, Daniel, farmer
    Datson, William, thatcher
    Davison, Joseph, brickmaker
    Eaton, Richard, thatcher
    Ellis, John, farmer
    Ellis, Robert, farmer
    Elvy, Francis, farmer
    English, Edward, beer retailer
    Fitch, Olive, Bull Inn
    Foreman, Alfred, miller
    French, Jesse, farmer
    Foster, James, miller
    French, Edward, farmer
    French, John, watchmaker
    Fuggle, Thomas, farmer
    Gibbs, Charles, farmer
    Goble, John, wheelwright
    Hards, Gabriel, confectioner
    Hartridge, James, farmer
    Hemsley, George, beer retailer
    Hemsley, James, grocer
    Henham, William, blacksmith
    Hider, William, carpenter
    Hodge, John, carpenter
    Hodge, Stephen, bricklayer
    Holder, Alfred, George Inn
    Holding, William, farmer
    Holmes, William, tailor
    Hubble, James, grocer
    Hubble, Mrs. Mary, plumber and glazier
    Jeffrey, William, farmer
    Jenner, Thomas, farmer
    Jones, Nicholas, butcher
    Lambert, John, boot and shoe maker
    Luck, Thomas, grocer and draper
    Luck, Martyr, farmer
    Mainwaring, William, farmer
    Martin, John, farmer
    Martin, William, Woolpack
    May, Robert, station master
    Maynard, James, Duke of Wellington
    Miller, Henry, tailor
    Moseley, John, confectioner
    Newington, John, wheelwright
    Norton, Stephen, farmer
    Pankhurst, William, beer retailer
    Pierson, Mrs. Anna, farmer
    Philpot, William, Watermans' Arms
    Pope, John, beer retailer
    Pout, Henry and Augustus, surgeons
    Randall, Thomas, butcher
    Randall,.. William, saddle and harness maker
    Read, John, carpenter
    Ruck, William, chemist
    Roff, William, carpenter
    Savage, Daniel, beer retailer
    Shoebridge, Mrs. Mary, grocer
    Shoebridge, Richard, Chequers
    Southen, Charles, beer retailer
    Smith, George, butcher
    Tomkin, John, grocer and draper
    Tomkin, George, farmer
    Tompett, Benjamin, farmer
    Town, John, collector of taxes
    Town, Miss Julia, seminary
    Town, Thomas, farmer
    Towner, Edward, wharfinger
    Tyman, John, blacksmith
    Watkins, James, tailor
    Warner, William, collar maker
    Weed, the Misses, butcher
    Wells, William, farmer
    White, George, hop planter
    White, Frederick, farmer
    White, John, high constable of Upper Tayford
    Winton, Frederick, farmer
    Wood, John, blacksmith
    Worsley, Nathaniel, shopkeeper
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